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Wedding Photo Announcement!

Some months ago we asked people what wedding photos they wanted, and we were given a list of who wanted what, and in what sizes.


This list - which was being kept safely in the back of the album - has vanished! So anyone who wants some photos (esp family) PLEASE help us out by clicking on this link and going to our Wedding Photos page, choosing (again) and letting me know (again) so I can pass this on and get the photos printed up for you all.

We should have had this sorted out months ago, but things being what they are it just kept being put back and back until we realised it was almost Christmas and that it would be a good idea to get the photos done by then, when we would be seeing most people, and at least mailing to the rest.

Thank you!


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